Every Free First Saturday, listen to cuentistas tell the tales of artworks during the storytelling program, Cuentos del Arte.
Stories para todos—for everyone—happen at 11:30 am and 1 pm. More
Celebrate your creativity and cultura on the Free First Saturday each month with bilingual activities for toda la familia. General admission is free. More
Drop in with your little ones, aged 3 to 5, and meet up with other tots and their grownups for story time, artmaking, and more! More
Spring Break at the Denver Art Museum means fun for the whole family! The Costume Studio, Create-n-Takes, and Family Activity Cart are open every day. More
Enjoy free general admission and family-friendly programming that celebrates children from around the world at the Denver Art Museum. More
Foxy and Shmoxy—two smart, witty, and hilarious foxes inspired by the Fox Games artwork—are ready to strike out on their own and solve art mysteries in the galleries. More
Kids ages 4-11 can explore the museum and engage in hands-on learning and artmaking at our summer camps and classes. More
The Colorado Scholastic Art Awards exhibitions highlights a juried selection of art created by 7th-12th grade Colorado students. By exhibiting student artwork, the Denver Art Museum recognizes the value of these creative young artists and the dedication and impact of their teachers. The DAM showcase will highlight the senior portfolio and ceramic winners.
Colorado Scholastic Art Awards winners will also be displayed at History Colorado Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.
Entry to the showcase is free; museum admission required to visit other galleries. More
This exhibition showcases artworks from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver before they advance to Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s regional competition. More
The Mañanitas Program Student Art Showcase highlights work from students at Cheltenham Elementary, Hanson Elementary, Oakland Elementary, and Park Lane Elementary. More
Your attendance is required at an emergency meeting of art lovers! Museum staff members Chuck and Joanne can’t agree on their upcoming exhibition yet again, and they desperately need your help. More
This showcase highlights the artwork of Denver’s youngest artists, early childhood students – children under the age of 6. More
Winter Break at the Denver Art Museum means fun for the whole family! The Costume Studio, Create-n-Takes, and Family Activity Cart are open every day. More
Spend the day after Thanksgiving at the DAM! In addition to our regular weekday offerings, the Family Activity Cart is open from 10 am to 4 pm. Trek through the galleries with a Family Backpack filled with artmaking, games, and puzzles.
Free with museum admission, and children and youth 18 and under are free. Reservations are not required. More
Youth Artists on the Spectrum: A Celebration of Neurodiversity showcases artwork by Blue Ribbon Arts Initiative (BRAI) artists and celebrates the creativity of children with autism spectrum disorder. More
Join us from 11 am–2 pm every day the museum is open at the Activity Cart outside on Martin Plaza for dance-inspired fun!
Make your own wearable ribbon band Create-n-Take project called Move with Color. More
Join us for a plaza-wide dance spectacular featuring twenty different dance groups!
Performance Schedule for Free First Saturday, August 6 (subject to change)
Near Scottish Angus Cow & Calf More
Join us for a dance spectacular featuring twenty different dance groups on four stages!
Performance Schedule for Free First Saturday, July 2
Near Scottish Angus Cow & Calf More
The Plaza Programs at the Denver Public Library partner with the Denver Art Museum to bring art projects related to the museum’s collections to the immigrant communities at five local library branches—Gonzalez, Hadley, Hampden, Montbello, and Ross Barnum—to lift the voice of Denver's diverse communities.
Art plays an important role in the lives of children, their families, and their communities and their creations of self-expression and imagination echo the immigrant experience across generations. More
By showcasing the artwork of students, the Denver Art Museum places value not only on these creative young artists but also the hard work and impact of their dedicated teachers. The Colorado Scholastic Art Awards Showcase highlights a selection of artworks created by 7th –12th grade students in Colorado.
All works showcased at the DAM received gold or silver keys, or an honorable mention in the Scholastic Art Awards competition. More